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Welcome to our blog of the project

My school through time

   The project “my school through time” involves pupils and teacher’s in tasks that are expected to broaden their horizons and relational knowledge beyond national borders. Through a wide variety of activities we aim at the the familiarization of manner in which information is collected and used in school and social life. As the title indicates, old teaching methods , objects used at school, materials for reading and writing , uniforms and other stuff used in the past, the changes in teaching and learning ,nowadays, according to the cross thematic curriculum framework for compulsory education and the ideas about the future are the intitiatives to start this eTwinning project and expand the ideas in a greater field of school and community. The cration of this  blog is aimed to  increase and facilitate communication in our eTwinning* project.

Each school work resides in subfolders of the three categories “Past Present Future”

Tip! From the upper navigation bar you can read information written to all languages of the partecipant schools.

The team of the teachers

*eTwinning is a framework for schools to collaborate on the Internet with partner schools in other European countries as It promotes school collaboration in Europe through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by providing support, tools and services to make it easy for schools to form short or long term partnerships in any subject area . For more information visit eTwinning Site

5 Responses

  1. Your blog is interesting!

    Keep up the good work!

  2. It’s possible present the form for this project for the eTwinning prize 2010. I think to present again the submission. If someone have problem about this submission can write me.

  3. it really helped me do a project about italy, thank you heaps.

  4. Nice posting thanks for sharing…!!!uniforms

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